AcademyHealth member Lindsay Allen shares key takeaways from her presentation on academic success at this year’s Annual Research Meeting, including practical advice on research, teaching, and service.
Entrance Points – the Easy Way to Build Meaningful Connections through Networking at AcademyHealth’s #ARM19
AcademyHealth Director of Membership, Angélica Rodríguez, highlights tips to maximize networking opportunities at the 2019 Annual Research Meeting.
Anne Gauthier and Karen Adams of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlight opportunities to improve care quality and reduce cost by involving consumers in designing alternative payment models.
The Journal of the American Medical Association recently shared their most-read studies of 2018, featuring research from two AcademyHealth members.
AcademyHealth member Laura C. Myers discusses the implications of findings from a recent study pointing to complex issues around standardization of hospital policies.
Larissa Nekhlyudov, inaugural NCI/AcademyHealth visiting scholar, discusses the importance of quality measurement in cancer survivorship care.
Trends in state programs provide an opportunity to examine how long-term services and supports (LTSS) are being financed and implemented. This post previews a forthcoming webinar from AcademyHealth’s LTSS interest group that will provide an overview of Medicaid financed Managed LTSS.
Robin Gelburd of FAIR Health, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlights findings from a recent white paper around the growth of alternative places of health care service and medical pricing.
Keeping stakeholders engaged throughout the research process is essential to ensuring research makes a difference in policy and practice. Laura Lagendyk of NVivo, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, shares a practical example of one way to help stakeholders make the link between data and the relevance to the research.
Year two, under our belts. Concordium 2016, a practical health data rodeo, once again successfully brought together health data lassoers, ropers and bronco riders in the form of data scientists...